Hollywood has recently announced Uncharted, the film, is back into production and will deal with a young Nathan Drake played by Tom Holland and should be released in December 2020 at the cinemas!
It has been four years since Sony Pictures Studios announced the release of the movie Uncharted. Originally scheduled for June 30, 2017, the feature film intended to be directed by Shawn Levy (Stranger Things, Night at the Museum) ended up getting postponed to an indeterminate date following the departure of its director. Levy was subsequently replaced earlier this year by Dan Trachtenberg (known for 10 Cloverfield Lane).
Now that the project seems back on track, The Hollywood Reporter is stating that the film would now have a new release date of the Atlantic set for December 18, 2020, which also happened to be the same day for the release of the remake of West Side Story by Steven Spielberg. Written by Jonathan Rosenberg and Mark Walker, the film Uncharted will feature Tom Holland (aka Spider-Man in the MCU) as the young Nathan Drake, who will experience his first adventures around the world.
Created by American studio Naughty Dog, the saga of action/adventure games Uncharted debuted in 2007 on PlayStation 3 and is now composed of four episodes and a spin-off. We follow the adventures of Nathan Drake, accompanied by his friend, Victor Sullivan, who travels the world in search of treasure. Some of the valuables he seeks have belonged to his ancestor, Francis Drake. The adventurer has already explored many places around the world including such as the Amazon, the Pacific, the Himalayas, Nepal, Borneo, Tibet, Syria, Yemen, Colombia, France and Italy.